Henry Winkler Collection: Vintage BALLY Nip-It Pi


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Henry Winkler Collection: Vintage BALLY Nip-It Pinball Machine  ITEM DESCRIPTION:   CONDITION: Used Condition QUANTITY: 1 MEASUREMENTS (Measured in Inches) HEIGHT: WIDTH:   DEPTH   DIAMETER:   MATERIAL (s): Wood/Plastic/Metal COLOR (s): Various COMMENTS: Serial number 1826. This machine was produced in Chicago by Bally Manufacturing Co. in 1973. Previously owned by Actor/Producer Henry Winkler (Happy Days) and donated to Goodwill. This is an Upright/Standard machine with legs (which are not attached, but comes with it). It will need extensive restoration (note pictures). It cannot be turned on without a key (which does NOT come with it) so it remains UNTESTED. This is a PICK-UP only. Shipping: All orders  over $150 will require a signature upon delivery. Important Note: Unless specifically stated in the title or auction comments, signatures on signed items have not been authenticated. The majority of our items are used and have been donated.  All items are sold AS-IS with no warranties expressed or implied.  While we do our best to test mechanical and electrical items, we may not be able to test all functions.   Testing we are able to conduct will be noted in the comments.   Please ask all questions prior to bidding.

Payments MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN seven (7) DAYS from auction close.

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Seller:

Goodwill Industries of Southern California

Location:

Ontario, CA

Seller Contact Information:

Goodwill Industries of Southern California
302 S. Rockefeller Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761

Items are shipped using a major carrier usually within 5 business days after receipt of payment. Shipping charges are calculated at payment time.


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Henry Winkler Collection: Vintage BALLY Nip-It Pinball Machine  ITEM DESCRIPTION:   CONDITION: Used Condition QUANTITY: 1 MEASUREMENTS (Measured in Inches) HEIGHT: WIDTH:   DEPTH   DIAMETER:   MATERIAL (s): Wood/Plastic/Metal COLOR (s): Various COMMENTS: Serial number 1826. This machine was produced in Chicago by Bally Manufacturing Co. in 1973. Previously owned by Actor/Producer Henry Winkler (Happy Days) and donated to Goodwill. This is an Upright/Standard machine with legs (which are not attached, but comes with it). It will need extensive restoration (note pictures). It cannot be turned on without a key (which does NOT come with it) so it remains UNTESTED. This is a PICK-UP only. Shipping: All orders  over $150 will require a signature upon delivery. Important Note: Unless specifically stated in the title or auction comments, signatures on signed items have not been authenticated. The majority of our items are used and have been donated.  All items are sold AS-IS with no warranties expressed or implied.  While we do our best to test mechanical and electrical items, we may not be able to test all functions.   Testing we are able to conduct will be noted in the comments.   Please ask all questions prior to bidding.

Payments MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN seven (7) DAYS from auction close.

Available Payment Methods:

       

Pickup only

Seller:

Goodwill Industries of Southern California

Location:

Ontario, CA

Seller Contact Information:

Goodwill Industries of Southern California
302 S. Rockefeller Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761

Items are shipped using a major carrier usually within 5 business days after receipt of payment. Shipping charges are calculated at payment time.


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Henry Winkler Collection: Vintage BALLY Nip-It Pi
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  • Product ID: 31875599
  • Seller: Goodwill Industries of Southern California
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Product Description Henry Winkler Collection: Vintage BALLY Nip-It Pinball Machine  ITEM DESCRIPTION:   CONDITION: Used Condition QUANTITY: 1 MEASUREMENTS (Measured in Inches) HEIGHT: WIDTH:   DEPTH   DIAMETER:   MATERIAL (s): Wood/Plastic/Metal COLOR (s): Various COMMENTS: Serial number 1826. This machine was produced in Chicago by Bally Manufacturing Co. in 1973. Previously owned by Actor/Producer Henry Winkler (Happy Days) and donated to Goodwill. This is an Upright/Standard machine with legs (which are not attached, but comes with it). It will need extensive restoration (note pictures). It cannot be turned on without a key (which does NOT come with it) so it remains UNTESTED. This is a PICK-UP only. Shipping: All orders  over $150 will require a signature upon delivery. Important Note: Unless specifically stated in the title or auction comments, signatures on signed items have not been authenticated. The majority of our items are used and have been donated.  All items are sold AS-IS with no warranties expressed or implied.  While we do our best to test mechanical and electrical items, we may not be able to test all functions.   Testing we are able to conduct will be noted in the comments.   Please ask all questions prior to bidding.